We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"The most valuable part of Experitest is the number of real devices on which the test is run."
"It provides automated testing. Instead of us doing manual testing, we can utilize Leapwork, and it tests most of our critical processes. In the next phase, we also plan to do some process work with it, such as using Leapwork to create reports or provide certain extracts of data."
"I have been automating tests for many years on many things but not on mobile devices. The amount of time that I have spent on just figuring out how to use Experitest and get it to work was quite long compared to what I have been doing before. I spent the first two weeks just getting it started. It would be good to have some video explanation of how to use it on your devices and get started. Their online documentation is quite good and extensive, but it would be quite good to have some end-to-end examples demonstrated."
"The only thing that I don't like about the product is the need to deploy agents on the laptops of people doing the testing. So, you have an agent on a server, then you have an agent on the laptop of the person who is doing the testing, and that seems like a lot of stuff and a kind of anti-cloud. Why do I have to deploy agents on people's machines in order to do something in the cloud? I'm sure they're doing that so they can monitor their licensing and all that stuff, but it is not necessarily a friendly process."
"It is a very comprehensive tool, and there is a significant learning curve to being able to adopt the tool. Because it does so much, there is only so much that you can learn. You can, however, do some simpler things right away. They do have a kind of boot camp where some of their experts engage with you, and during that time, you can work on the top initiatives that you want to do, and that's a good process. After you start using the tool, there is a lot more that you would want to do."
"It is quite fairly priced, but it really depends on your budget. It is somewhere in the mid-range of products. It is not free and it is not QGP that nearly costs a whole house. You pay for the number of users who require access to execute the tests."
"We got a deal on it for the first year. We're paying $8,000."
Experitest's continuous testing solutions enable enterprises to reduce risk and provide their customers satisfying, error-free experiences across all devices and browsers. They seamlessly integrate with best-in-class tools throughout the DevOps pipeline allowing organizations to rapidly deliver highly protected, quality applications at-speed and at-scale.
Frequent product releases. Constant system upgrades. Unreliable test cases. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat. Life as a software tester can be brutally tedious. With practically no maintenance and the shortest learning curve on the market, LEAPWORK is here to change that.
Experitest is ranked 22nd in Test Automation Tools with 1 review while LEAPWORK is ranked 20th in Test Automation Tools with 1 review. Experitest is rated 7.0, while LEAPWORK is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of Experitest writes "Useful for running tests on many different types of real devices but requires some end-to-end video examples to get started quickly". On the other hand, the top reviewer of LEAPWORK writes "A great testing tool that does exactly what we need it to do and is very robust in terms of the number of features that you can support for testing". Experitest is most compared with Perfecto, Micro Focus UFT Mobile, AWS Device Farm, Sauce Labs and Xamarin Test Cloud, whereas LEAPWORK is most compared with SmartBear TestComplete, froglogic Squish, Micro Focus UFT One, Tricentis Tosca and Katalon Studio.
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